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Chanyes. Power of the head of a faini-
prosperity of the individual promotes
The remark: inferonces from it.
girl ; her plan for leaving home : dia.
THE LAW A SHADOW.
Meaning of the expression. Chan-
try's model and statue. Application to
VISIT TO THE BOSTON INSTITU-
TION FOR THE BLIND, - Accom-
panied with a specimen of the embossed
printing used by the blind, for reading
by the sense of feeling alone.
Appearance of the pupils when go-
ing to meeting. Visit to the Institu-
tion. Entrance. Making baskets.
The boys “cyphering.” Dialogue.
Sewing; threading the needle. Teach-
ing to read. Finding the place by
feeling. Dialogue. Mode of teach-
ing music. Blind boys in a frolic.
Specimen of their printing
Mother's Magazine ; English Edition.
The Young Man's Guide. Sabbath
School Songs. To Correspondents 167
SAILING ON THE GANGES, — Con-
Heat. Spending the night. Scene
on shore : dangers : squalls: conclu-
SHIP POLAND, - From the Journal of
a traveller. Continued.
Religious interest on board. The
ship’s carpenter. The village meeting:
the inquirers. Conversations and nar-
ratives: the sailor who knocked off
swearing ; his story
STORIES OF A REVOLUTIONARY
OFFICER, — Article I.
The expedition. Landing. Progress
through the woods. Night. Now way
of transporting horses. Accident. Re-
turn to camp
HOW OUGHT I TO KEEP THE SAB-
Duties of the Sabbath. What I ought
not to do. Rising. Preparation for
the duties of the day. Going to church.
Conversation. Recreation. Reading.
Planning for the week. Private reli-
THE FIRESIDE. NO.3. - Be kind to
your sister: a story for children.
Ilelen and Clara Going to school:
the half-way stone. Suffering. Effect
THE ENMITY OF THE CARNAL
MIND AGAINST GOD.
Changing the language. Construc-
THE GATE OF PRAYER.
Allegory. The gate : the gay gen-
tleman: the demure man : confidence:
the humble pilgrim : the traveller.
Interpretation. We must pray with
a right spirit, and in a proper manner,
and God will hear
- The prayer
Letter 1. From
Esq. to one
of the editors. Letter 2. Reply. Let-
THE FAMILY REVIVAL.
Description of a family. A speci.
ident Allen's article on war
Bonetos: the attack
knowledge : intluence of it
very yonng children
newspaper: a soliloquy: the dream.
dicted earthquake. Constantinople 250
ORIGIN OF THE TRACT AND BI-
The first meeting. Dr. Burder.
bility of intemperate persons to it.
Effect of the pres-
itself. Case supposed. Tendency of
The tendency of sin to perpetuate its
LEAF, IN A VOLUME OF PAY-
His course compared with that of the
Feelings towards his
RELIGION, - Poetry
The Spaniards. Capture. The Gun.
James and his friend. Holiday. The
boat. The eagle.
TRACT OPERATIONS IN ENG
The Board of Directors at breakfast.
Letter. Scene at the breakfast-room.
The universal fault. Mrs. Prudence.
Description. Mischief making. The
Representative. History of the Far.
mer's family. The good Deacon 371
FIRST LESSONS FOR INFANCY.
The infant's first sensations. First
lessons. First experiments upon the
LETTER FROM A MISSIONARY.
The voyage. Native vessel. Ceylon.
Appearances and prospects of the mis-
INSANITY. Inactivity of intellect and
feeling a frequeat predisposing cause of
The Peach and the Pocket piece; or
True and False Repentance.
The Language of Signs
THE OLD POTESTANT CHURCH.
The church-yard. The Cemetery.
Monuments. Wreaths. Fashiovable
follies : false teeth and hair: the
interior of the church : the gallery :
the striking of the clock: climbing
to the tower
Life-boat. The art of rapid writing.
Christ's Sermon on the Mount, in Chi-
nese. The First Foreign Mission.
Poetry for Children. Sketches of the
Prophets and Prophecy. Poems by
Rev. S. G. Bulfinch
HOW SHALL THE GOSPEL BE
Condition of the world. The gospel
rule, do to others as we would have
others do to us. Cases supposed 457
CHINESE WRITTEN LANGUAGE.
Commercial intercourse with China.
Canton Hong merchants. Heathen
misconceptions of the nature of Chris.
tianity. New opening for effort in
Nature of the Chinese written char-
acters, specimens ; number of charac-
ters; elements; the number and the
nature of them ; exampies; combina-
tions of the elements; peculiarities of
THE DEW DROPS, - To a mourning
TWO LETTERS TO A MOTHER.
Differences of opinion between the
heads of a family; the duties of each
under such circumstances. Cases sup-
posed. The Sabbath School. The ball.
Directions. Religious instruction. Re-
LITERARY REMAINS OF MISS
Obituary notice of the author. Twi-
DISTURBANCES IN HARVARD
An examination of the privilege of
exemption from accountability to the
civil law, usually enjoyed by the stu-
dents in American colleges
Manual of instruction in Vocal Mu-
sic. Todd's Lectures to Children.
The School Song Book. Book for
Parents. The Father's Book. Hum-
phrey's Discourses and Reviews. Fa-
Tract Society during those meetings
press. Dr. Burrows' remarks.
The London girl. The British sol-
in his service in a future world. Va-